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Midday Report 12/10

The WASDE report didn’t help corn futures. Position squaring and a modest upward revision to CONAB’s estimate of Brazilian production seemed to weigh on corn futures ahead of the 11:00 AM CST USDA WASDE report. That didn’t change afterward, since the USDA stated more than offset a modest cut in the domestic carryout by boosting the global total significantly. March corn futures slumped 3.75 cents to $3.915/bushel late Wednesday morning, while July lost 3.75 to $4.065.

The WASDE report didn’t help corn futures. Position squaring and a modest upward revision to CONAB’s estimate of Brazilian production seemed to weigh on corn futures ahead of the 11:00 AM CST USDA WASDE report. That didn’t change afterward, since the USDA stated more than offset a modest cut in the domestic carryout by boosting the global total significantly. March corn futures slumped 3.75 cents to $3.915/bushel late Wednesday morning, while July lost 3.75 to $4.065. - See more at: http://legacy.www.agprofessional.com/resource-centers/corn/#sthash.tlsNCJ8X.dpuf
The WASDE report didn’t help corn futures. Position squaring and a modest upward revision to CONAB’s estimate of Brazilian production seemed to weigh on corn futures ahead of the 11:00 AM CST USDA WASDE report. That didn’t change afterward, since the USDA stated more than offset a modest cut in the domestic carryout by boosting the global total significantly. March corn futures slumped 3.75 cents to $3.915/bushel late Wednesday morning, while July lost 3.75 to $4.065. - See more at: http://legacy.www.agprofessional.com/resource-centers/corn/#sthash.tlsNCJ8X.dpuf

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